Catholic Daughters of America

Society in the United States, Panama, Puerto Rico, Cuba, and Canada, founded 1903 by the Knights of Columbus to propagate and preserve the Faith among Catholic womanhood and to protect Catholic girls. Their activities are religious, educational, charitable, patriotic, social, and civic. Headquarters: New York; publication: "The Catholic Daughters of America Herald." Membership: 200,000.

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